ⓘ Shades (1999 film)

                                     

ⓘ Shades (1999 film)

Shades is a 1999 Belgian film directed by Erik Van Looy and written by Van Looy, Paul Breuls and Guy Lee Thys. The story is loosely inspired on the Belgian murderer Freddy Horion and his escape from prison in 1982.

Music for the film was composed by Alex Callier of Belgian band Hooverphonic, who performed the theme of the film.

                                     

1. Cast

  • Gene Bervoets as Max Vogel
  • Jan Decleir as Freddy Lebecq
  • Andrew Howard as Dylan Cole
  • Matthew Hobbs as Himself
  • Koen De Bouw as Bob
  • Mickey Rourke as Paul Sullivan
                                     
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